Defending champions City are 22 points behind current league leaders Liverpool. Bernard said, “Liverpool haven’t surprised me, they’re one of the best sides in the world and we knew they were going to be strong this season.Advertisement Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva admits Liverpool’s dominance hasn’t been a surprise. Loading… “It’s not just luck, they have a lot of merits but with the little details, everything went their way. “In my first season here when we broke all the records and finished with 100 points, I remember winning three or four games in the 93rd or 94th minute and sometimes things go your way. Sometimes the ball that goes to the post and goes wide sometimes goes to the post and goes in. Read Also:Spurs make offer for Liverpool target Ugurcan Cakir “Last season, when we played Liverpool at home, John Stones cleared the ball off the line by a millimetre so these things sometimes make a difference.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentDid You Know There’s A Black Hole In The Milky Way?10 Outrageous Ideas That Made People Ridiculously RichThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MorePortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks6 Secret Origin Stories Of Modern Mouth-Watering Meal10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without Recharging7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That Exist10 Largest Cities In The WorldWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard admits the thought of winning the Premier League title is a scary one as he is unsure what his reaction would be but he believes the achievement would undoubtedly top his Champions League-winning heroics. Liverpool were top on Christmas Day and the last team not to win the title having held that position were the Reds in 2008 but they are fourth heading into the weekend and Gerrard has high hopes. “This is probably my best chance to surprise this country and countries throughout the world to maybe nick the Premier League,” he told Sky Sports. “Sitting here in the middle of January I have a fantastic chance of having a right good crack and getting involved in a title race. “I’ve finished second on a couple of occasions but we’ve never come really close. “If we perform like we have done over the last couple of months we can get involved in the title race so that is very exciting. “It scares me in a way because I don’t know how I’d handle myself. “When I won the Champions League (in 2005) the week after that talk about being on cloud nine or over the moon – all the cliches – it was better than that. “If I could add a Premier League title to my collection it would mean the world to me, it would probably be the best day of my life besides my kids being born. “I think it would top the Champions League because it is the one I haven’t got.” Gerrard, only half in jest, suggested he would go to extreme lengths to secure his first title. “If someone said to me now ‘Cover half your body in tattoos and you’ll win the Premier League’ I’d do it tomorrow,” he added. The Reds have a six-point gap to close on leaders Arsenal but of more significance is keeping the likes of Everton, Tottenham and Manchester United at bay. Liverpool have not featured in Europe’s elite club competition since 2009 and Gerrard admits what is most important is regaining that status. “I’d take fourth now.” he said. “We have been out of the Champions League for so long so to have that chance to play a couple of qualifiers against sides you should beat – I’d snap your hand off but I am confident we can finish higher. “The manager mentions the Champions League, he sets us aims and challenges and of course Champions League is the talk around the place all the time – but that was the case when we didn’t qualify for it. “For the players it is the ultimate competition to be involved in and you want to compete against the best. “All the lads who are a lot younger than me at this club need to play and sample it.” Press Association The 33-year-old midfielder is excited by the prospect of this season being his best chance to win the only domestic honour which has eluded him in a glittering career. However, he would “snap your hand off” for a fourth-place finish – even if he feels the club can achieve better.
Facebook Twitter Google+ At the Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational, Syracuse’s largest regular season meet of the year, the No. 12 men and No. 15 women finished 24th and 25th, respectively.After a month of rest following a sweep at the Coast-to-Coast Battle in Beantown, the Orange seemed to lose their momentum. Both teams ended third out of the four Atlantic Coast Conference teams competing on the day.For the men, redshirt sophomore Nathan Henderson (24:17.5) led the way in 50th, and redshirt freshman Nathan Lawler (24:23.5) placed 63rd. It was a disastrous day for the upperclassmen as redshirt senior Kevin James (25:05.6) finished 170th and redshirt senior Simon Smith (25:13.5) finished 180th. Redshirt junior Joseph Dragon (25:20.9) finished 189th. For Smith and Dragon, these were the worst results of their collegiate careers.Senior Aidan Tooker did not finish the race.For the women, junior Amanda Vestri (20:36.8) continued her strong season by placing 37th and redshirt junior Rachel Bonner (21:03.8) placed 70th. Following an impressive debut, graduate transfer Jordan Jacob (21:23.1) failed to repeat her previous success, placing 116th. Sophomore Laura Dickinson did not complete the event.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWith championship races rapidly approaching, and only one more regular season event remaining, the Orange will try to turn things around at the John Reif Memorial in Ithaca, New York next Friday. Comments Published on October 18, 2019 at 4:06 pm Contact Eli: [email protected]